Association for Canadian Jewish Studies
Organization originally established to promote and disseminate historical research pertaining to the engagement of Jews to Canadian society. Aims to advance interdisciplinary research on the Canadian-Jewish experience.
Bukharian Jewish Global Portal
An information resource for and about Bukharian Jews, a Central Asian group with roots going back more than 2000 years, and separated from the rest of the world's Jewry. Describes their culture, heritage and history, with news, photos, and other resources.
The Golden Age of Yiddish Radio
Billing itself as "a time machine back to the heyday of Yiddish radio connecting us with the music and drama of yesteryear," the Dora Teitelboim Center offers history and sound files from American Jewish radio of the 1930's and '40's.
The Literature of the Holocaust
The University of Pennsylvania publishes its collection of articles, commentary, and links pertinent to the holocaust related literature and related topics.
Free info on Jewish customs related to death, mourning, Kaddish, shiva, yahrtzeit, the soul, and the afterlife along with ways to bring merit to the soul of the departed.
National Yiddish Book Center
Yiddish book preservation organization provides information about the more than one million Yiddish books it has saved and offers a calendar, online shopping, and learning links.
Rabbi David F. Nesenoff writes on Israel, politics, Jewish life, religion, controversy, and sermons. Offers articles, uncensored hate mail, and the Helen Thomas videos.
Restoring Courage US
Grassroots youth movement hosting events designed to support Israel and the Israeli people.
Shimon bar Kokhbah
Biography of the legendary second-century leader of the Jewish rebellion against the Romans at Massada.
International campaign to bring understanding to the information about Israel and the road to peace.
Words Like Sapphires
Exhibition celebrating 100 years of Hebraica at the Library of Congress, 1912–2012.
Yiddish Radio Project
Wax and vinyl records from the 1930s to 1950s rescued from storerooms, attics, and even dumpsters, chronicle the golden age of Yiddish-American broadcasting.